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Course Directory 2005-2006
                    Updated:  10/26/05

LL.M. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY & TECHNOLOGY LAW CURRICULUM

Students in the LL.M. in Intellectual Property & Technology Law graduate program must take 24 total credit hours of courses which are part of the Intellectual Property (IP) Law Curriculum, including one course which will satisfy the “seminar requirement” (see courses with the S notation below). Below are the IP curriculum courses being offered in 2005-2006 and the tentative list of courses scheduled to be offered in 2006-2007. Courses in the IP Curriculum that are considered “related” (not core) include the word “related” after the course name. Full course descriptions for the 2005-2006 courses are found in the 2005-2006 Law School Course Directory (which can be found on the Law School’s website.

     FALL 2005

Administrative Law (related) - Levin
Antitrust (related) - Ellis
Entertainment Law Pl/Dr - Kahn/Mathes/Michelman
(S) Genetic Ethics, Law & Policy Seminar (related) - Dresser
IP & Business Formation Legal Clinic - Deal
IP Licensing: IP & E-Commerce Pl/Dr - Fendell
IP Litigation - Warren/Wheelock
(S) International Investment Law Seminar (related) - Mutharika 
                   [this seminar was moved from the Spring 2006 semester to the Fall 2005 semester]

International Law (related) - Mutharika
(S) Privacy Law Seminar (related) - Richards
(S) Right of Publicity Seminar - Rothman
Theory of Property Rights (related) - Drobak/North
Trademark Practice – Chicoine/McMurry
Trademarks & Unfair Competition - Rothman

     SPRING 2006

Advanced IP Litigation - Upchurch
American Indian Law (related) - Gunn
American Indian Societies, Cultures, Values (related) - Gunn
Bioethics & Law (related) - Dresser
Contracts & Intellectual Property - Kieff
Copyright & Related Rights - McManis
Information Privacy Law (related) – Richards
IP & Business Formation Legal Clinic – Deal
(S) International IP Law Seminar - McManis
Internet Law - Fendell/Sableman
(S) Legal Issues in Reality & Non-Fiction Works Seminar - Rothman
Management & Evaluation of IP Assets - Kepler
Patent Drafting – Wheelock
Patent Law - Kieff
Sports Law Planning & Drafting (related) - Kaburakis/Lattinville

     FALL 2006

Administrative Law (related) - Levin
Antitrust (related) - Ellis
(S) Biomedical Research Law/Policy Seminar (related) - Dresser
(S) Contracts & IP Seminar - Kieff
Entertainment Law Pl/Dr - Kahn/Mathes/Michelman
IP & Business Formation Legal Clinic - Deal
IP Licensing: IP & E-Commerce Pl/Dr - Fendell
IP Litigation - Warren/Wheelock
International Law (related) – Mutharika
Theory of Property Rights (related) - Drobak/North
Trademark Practice – Chicoine/McMurry

     SPRING 2007

American Indian Law (related) – Gunn
Advanced IP Litigation – Upchurch
Antitrust (related) - Drobak
Copyright & Related Rights - McManis
IP & Business Formation Legal Clinic - Deal
(S) IP Licensing - McManis
Internet Law - Fendell/Sableman
(S) Int’l Investment Law Seminar (related) - Mutharika
International Legal Process (related) - Sadat
Management & Evaluation of IP Assets - Kepler
Patent Drafting – Warren/Wheelock
Patent Law – Kieff
Regulating Drugs & Other Medical Technology (related) - Dresser

(S) = Course that satisfies the LL.M. IP/Tech Law seminar requirement.

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updated 10/26/2005
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